MUSIC stars from Glasgow and beyond will coin in cash for good causes by taking part in a special concert tomorrow. 

Twin Atlantic, Amy MacDonald, and Wet Wet Wet are just some of the names on the Stream4Scotland line-up as they bid to boost music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins and Glasgow-based ViseUp, a group providing personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontline staff. 

The concert begins at 3pm and is set to last until 1am on Sunday with DJs Ally McCrae and Garry Spence hosting the extravaganza. 

Here's all you need to know ahead of tomorrow's gig. 

Who is taking part? 

Twin Atlantic

Aaron Smith

Amy Macdonald

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Anchor Lane

Baby Strange

Be Charlotte

Bow Anderson

Cairn String Quartet

Cameron Barnes

Cara Rose

Clare Grogan

Club Sabbath special DJ set

Cold Years

Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5

Declan Welsh

Dougie MacLean

Graeme Park





Horse McDonald


James Smith

JG Wilkes (Optimo)


Kyle Falconer

Lucia + The Best Boys

Luke La Volpe

Luna The Professor

Neon Waltz

Peat & Diesel


Single By Sunday


Stephanie Cheape

Stevie Cox

The Bluebells

The Fratellis

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The LaFontaines

The Roly Mo

The Snuts

The Van T’s

Tide Lines


Wet Wet Wet

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What is the schedule? 

From 3 – 6pm, the livestream will see music platform TENEMENT TV take the reins as they feature a whole host of breakthrough artists from Aaron Smith, Be Charlotte and Declan Welsh to Honeyblood, Rascalton, The Van T’s, VanIves and more, all hosted by Ally McCrae. Especially created for ‘Stream4Scotland’, Kitti joins Cairn String Quartet for a touching rendition of Dougie MacLean’s ‘Caledonia’, while Baby Strange join Rascalton for a special collaboration and Declan Welsh will perform material written especially for the stream. 

For the ‘Main Event’ from 6 - 9pm, Garry Spence will host performances, Q&As and chats with huge stars including Twin Atlantic, Dougie MacLean, The Fratellis, Kyle Falconer, Luke La Volpe, The Snuts, Wet Wet Wet and many, many more. The stream will feature an interview with Clare Grogan plus an in-depth chat with Dougie MacLean about writing the legendary ‘Caledonia.’

Fans can tune in to see an exclusive performance of one of Scotland’s biggest breakout stars, as Luke La Volpe is set to perform new song ‘Terribly Beautiful’. Luke is currently at Number 1 in the Scottish Singles Chart with his track ‘Dead Man’s Blues’ and the young singer-songwriter’s set on Saturday’s stream is not to be missed.

‘Stream4Scotland’ will then provide the perfect Saturday night entertainment for a lockdown weekend, with Sub Club and SWG3’s night-time takeover from 9pm – 1am kicking off with one of the UK’s most legendary house music DJs, Graeme Park.

Why should you watch it? 

Nordoff Robbins is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, dedicated to enriching the lives of people affected by life limiting illness, isolation or disability.

The charity is determined to unite people through the power of music, as now more than ever people need to feel a sense of community. 

Donald MacLeod, chairman of Nordoff Robbins Fundraising Committee, said: “We are delighted to have so many outstanding Scottish artists taking part in Stream4Scotland this weekend to provide some much needed entertainment during these uncertain times.

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"Nordoff Robbins has established such a strong relationship with the Scottish music industry over the past 20 years, and the charity truly can’t thank everyone enough for their support.

"Now more than ever, people need to feel a sense of community and we can’t wait to join together with our friends at ViseUp to raise vital funds, but also see some incredible performances from Scotland’s stars.”

Where can you watch? 

Viewers can tune into the livestream on Saturday from 3pm – 1am on WWW.STREAM4SCOTLAND.CO.UK or Gigs in Scotland Facebook.